Warren Buffett will again spend several hours answering questions on live television shortly after releasing his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders.

Buffett is scheduled to appear on CNBC for three hours starting at 5 a.m. Monday. Buffett's shareholder letter and Berkshire's annual report will be released Saturday.

Buffett's annual letter is always well-read because of his remarkable track record of investing success, his sense of humor and his knack for explaining complicated subjects clearly.

Buffett will likely be asked Monday about Berkshire's performance and what businesses the conglomerate might buy next. And he often weighs in on the health of the economy and other financial topics.